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The free workshop also offers homeowners a chance to save money on septic work.
The public survey will be open through Oct. 5.
It’s estimated more than 600 babies were born in the Mahlin Maternity Home, now known as the Le Sorelle Inn in Buckley.
Now you don’t have to wait in line — just print your pass and home and enjoy the majesty of the park.
Building Beyond the Walls, an Enumclaw-based non-profit, offers folks of all stripes a way to learn new skills and form long-lasting connections through volunteer work.
This will be the first time the Wireless Emergency Alerts system will be tested across the country.
A strike was averted last night when bus drivers and nutrition workers accepted their contract, but a union representative says few people are happy.
The sewer rate increase, however, looks to still be up for debate, and will be addressed at a later date in committee.
After authorizing a strike, nutrition workers and bus drivers will vote on a tentative agreement Sept. 17. If they approve, school will stay in session.
This incident represents an example of strong mutual aid networks, said East Pierce Fire and Rescue Chief Backer.
A settled pier has changed how weight is distributed on the bridge.
As the school year inched closer, the Dieringer and Sumner-Bonney Lake school districts threatened to strike. At the last minute, it appears teachers and districts have tentative agreements, which will be voted on during their respective Sept. 4 meetings.
Bonney Lake native Skyler “Sky” RIch, a student at Calvin College in Michigan, started a company to help those released from jail to re-integrate back in society.
An Enumclaw local visited Saudi Arabia to get a feel for what the country — and its women — need when it comes to driving curriculum.
Breed doesn’t a dangerous dog make.
Following in Bonney Lake’s footsteps, local Jeri Gamblin hopes the rest of the Plateau can start their own annual beautification events.
The first-ever public showing of “Big Blue: A Fishy Tale” is being hosted at The Chalet on Saturday, Sept. 1 at 8 p.m.
The beginning of the school year is right around the corner, but teachers, bus drivers and nutrition workers are discussing what pay raises they deserve, and whether or not to go on strike.
How exactly did you think he became popular with the masses back in the time of the Plague?
Rory Thayse was diagnosed with leukemia during the last winter holiday season, but six months of intensive treatment look to have been successful so far.